8-year wage freeze ends in Monroeville

Aaron Krause • Jun 18, 2014 at 11:37 PM

The school administration and the teacher's union have agreed on a three-year contract after a couple weeks of negotiations.

Before this pact, the district's teachers had experienced an eight-year freeze on salary.

Under the agreement ratified last week by the Monroeville Teachers Association, teachers will get a 3-percent raise on base pay the first year, a 1-percent increase the second year and a "re-opener" the third year. That means during the third year, the teachers can re-negotiate their salary.

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